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More importantly in Libya, HD patients seem to have a higher prevalence of the disease compared to other more developed regions. Research from Libya on this issue although scant, is available, as evident by a relatively recent publication on the matter, a study by Daw et al, conducted in Tripoli from 1999 to 2001 [3]. The study showed a 20.5% prevalence of(More)
The Global Burden of Disease study, undertaken by the World Health Organization (WHO), Harvard University and the World Bank, showed that in 1990, traffic crashes were assessed to be the world's ninth most important health problem. The study forecasts that, by the year 2020, road crashes would move up to third place in the table of leading causes of death(More)
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